About This ProviderPrint
"Evidence and recommendations are very important, but so are a patient's preferences and quality of life. I believe there is a constant dynamic of working together to achieve optimal health."
Camilla has always been fascinated by the power of the heart, leading to her career in cardiology. She actively cares for hospitalized patients with a wide array of cardiologic challenges. Camille is interested in helping patients with physical limitations or barriers to wellness, whether they have special health needs or financial constraints. Camille strives to connect these patients to the wide range of community resources available in Madison.
Camille pays particular attention to detail in order to lessen stress associated with the hospitalization. By having active conversations with patients and families, she ensures they are active participants in the decision-making process. Camille's goal is to return cardiac patients to a state of well-being.
During her free time, Camille enjoys running marathons, cross country skiing and snowshoeing. She is also and experienced camper and canoer. In the past, Camille served on a medical mission to Juarez, Mexico, where she cared for patients with various chronic and acute medical conditions.
About Nurse Practitioners
Adult nurse practitioners, (NPs) are registered nurses with advanced training, national certification and state licensure as independent health care providers. Nurse practitioners work in collaboration with physicians and other members of the health care team. They diagnose and treat patients, as well as provide necessary referrals and prescriptions. NPs have an important role to play within the health system--the core philosophy of the field is individualized care. NPs focus on patients' conditions, as well as the effects of illness on the lives of the patients and their families. NPs make prevention, wellness and patient education their priorities.
UW School of Nursing
ACLS: Airway / Life Support Cert, American Nurses Credentialing Center: Certification